GALS have a ball in Dublin
Posted in: Our Communities 2nd September 2014
Twenty five members of Auckland's Gay and Lesbian Singers have recently returned from Dublin where they participated in a huge queer singing festival, Various Voices.
Watch: Falcons fly in final
Posted in: Hall of Fame 1st September 2014
See the Falcons and their almighty haka in action in this video from the Bingham Bowl final at the Bingham Cup in Sydney. See all the big hits, fend-offs and breakaway magic here!
Rugby: Sydney win cup, NZers win bowl
Posted in: Hall of Fame 31st August 2014
The New Zealand Falcons have won the Bingham Bowl 25-19 over an Irish-American side in a show of grit and determination in an exhausting encounter at the Bingham Cup.
Bingham Cup: Day 2 highlights
Posted in: Events 31st August 2014
An update on day two of play - and video highlights of Day 2 from the Bingham Cup, featuring a few familiar Falcons' faces! (Some a little worse for wear!)
Comment: The Fall of Judith Collins
Posted in: Comment 30th August 2014
Judith Collins has resigned her portfolio ... What are the implications of her spectacular fall from grace?
"I regret that his jaw was broken"
Posted in: True Stories 30th August 2014
Gay Queenstown man Ricardo Edwards tells us he just snapped when he punched a homophobic Australian man in a bar.
"Discrimination based on who you have sex with"
Gay ACT candidate Stephen Berry says homosexuality's so acceptable as to hardly be an issue - and the "abominable term" Rainbow Community "conjures up images of butch women, drag queens and sweaty shirtless men grinding together in a group".
Bingham Cup: Falcons day 1 match report
Posted in: Events 29th August 2014
UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Game day one of the Bingham Cup saw some of the hardest rain of the week, quickly transforming the fields to moulded mud with game after hard-played game.
Highlights: AUSA Pride Debate
Posted in: Features 28th August 2014
Check out our rundown of the GLBTI election debate that was held as part of Auckland University's Pride Week.
Posted in: Performance 28th August 2014
This subversive reinvention of Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest is bold, flashy, campy and quite delicious.